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Sexual intercourse. My brother spends his weekends cruising the bars around town in hopes of going for some horizontal jogging.
go for a horizontal jog
To engage in sexual intercourse. My brother spends his weekends cruising the bars around town in hopes of going for a horizontal jog.
1. Literally, to run along at a slow and deliberate place. We were running a little late for class, so we jogged on from the library toward the lecture hall.
2. By extension, to make progress slowly, deliberately, or patiently. Though the economic downturn hurt the company's profits, we've been able to keep jogging on until things begin to improve.
3. Go away; get lost; beat it. Primarily heard in UK. Jog on, you lout! Quit disturbing our customers!
jog the/(someone's) mind
To stimulate someone's memory or mental acuity. It's important for children to begin reading early, as it will jog their minds as they develop. Creating little mnemonic devices can help to jog the mind when you are studying for an exam.
to trot or run along at a slow pace. She was jogging along quite happily. I had been jogging along for a few minutes when my shoelaces broke.
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jog someone's memory
Fig. to stimulate someone's memory to recall something. Hearing the first part of the song I'd forgotten really jogged my memory. DI tried to jog Bill's memory about our childhood antics.
jog to the rightand jog to the left
[for a road, path, etc.] to turn to the right or left. The road jogs to the right here. Don't run off. Keep going until the road jogs to the left. Our driveway is on the right side.
jog your memory
to cause you to remember something I use the photos to remind me of what I've seen, to jog my memory.
run in placealso jog in place
to move your legs as if you were running but without moving forward To keep up your exercise program in winter, you can always run in place on a treadmill - or on the kitchen floor.
jog your memory
to cause you to remember something Police are hoping to jog people's memory by showing them pictures of a car that was used in a robbery.
run in place
Work or exert oneself without noticeable change or progress. For example, I've worked on this project for months but feel I'm running in place. This idiom employs in place in the sense of "on one spot," a usage dating from the late 1200s.